Updated: January 28, 2022
The stock market is one of the best places to invest your money for the long-term.
When I say long-term, that means you should be willing to let your money “sleep” and grow for at least 5 years or more – the longer, the better.
Also, if you cannot commit to study and time the stock market, then the best investing strategy is to do cost averaging, and these Philippine stocks should be your top buys, as recommended by my stock broker COL Financial.
But before any else!
You have to understand that investing in the stock market are only for those who are already well-informed about how it works, and more importantly – those who already have proper financial protection.
Best Philippine Stocks for Long-Term Investment
Ayala Corp. (AC)
A holding company for diversified interests in banking (BPI), real estate (ALI), and utilities/water distribution (MWC).
Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI)
Largest and most experienced real estate developer
Aboitiz Power Corp. (AP)
Leading player in the Philippine power industry – power generation and distribution in Visayas and Mindanao.
Banco De Oro (BDO)
One of the largest full-service universal banks with a corporate, retail, investment banking and insurance broking.
Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI)
One of the largest Philippine universal banks with more than 800 branches in the Philippines, Hong Kong, Italy, and the US.
DMCI Holdings, Inc. (DMC)
Holding company with businesses engaged in general construction (DMCI), equity investments in infrastructure projects (PDI), heavy fabrication, industrial construction and engineering services (AG&P) and exploration, mining, development and sales of coal resources (SCC).
First Metro Phil. Equity ETF (FMETF)
A security issued by First Metro that is structured to track the performance of the PSEi. This Exchange Traded Fund is a security that allows small investors to enjoy the benefits of diversification at an affordable price.
GT Capital Holdings (GTCAP)
The holding company for the Ty Family’s investments in the banking, real estate, automotive, power and insurance industries through Metrobank, Federal Land, Toyota Motor Philippines, Global Business Power and AXA.
Int’l Container Terminal Services (ICT)
Engaged in the management, operation and development of container terminals in Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and the Americas.
Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC)
Develops, operates and franchises quick-service restaurants in the Philippines and overseas under the brand name Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon Bakeshop, Inc. and many others.
Metropolitan Bank & Trust (MBT)
One of the largest Philippine banks providing deposit products, loans and trade finance, domestic and foreign fund transfers, treasury, foreign exchange, trading and remittances and trust services.
Metro Pacific Investments (MPI)
Holding company for investments in real estate and infrastructure projects such as water utilities, toll operations, healthcare, power, port, and others.
Manila Water Company (MWC)
Holds exclusive rights for water delivery, sewerage and sanitation services under a 25-year concession agreement to 6Million residential, commercial and industrial customers.
Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC)
The property arm of JG Summit, largely focused on earning rental income from malls, offices, and hotels making it a highly defensive property company. It is currently the 2nd largest mall operator in the country.
SM Investments Corp. (SM)
The holding company of the SM Group of Companies engaged shopping mall development, retail, financial services, real estate development and tourism and hotels and conventions.
SM Prime Holdings (SMPH)
Engaged in developing and operating modern shopping centers with over 40 SM Supermalls in the Philippines and three SM supermalls in China.
Philippine Long Distance Tel. Co. (TEL)
Leading telecommunications provider in the Philippines with three principal business groups – fixed line, wireless, and information and communication technology.
Universal Robina Corp. (URC)
Leading branded convenience food and beverage company in the Philippines, and a major player in the Southeast Asian region and greater China.
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